SoHo launch night schedule - October 31

Check out the line-up for the opening day of Sky’s new premium content channel SoHo.



Series 1, Episode 1, 3pm   

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) is your average, middle-aged businessman. With a few complications. He has a son, a dutiful wife (Edie Falco), a not-so-dutiful daughter (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), a not-too-secret mistress, and a whole other Family. When a series of anxiety attacks land him in the office of a psychiatrist (Lorraine Bracco), Tony opens up about his career as a “waste-management consultant” and tries to come to terms with the professional and private strains that have brought him to the brink of a breakdown.




SoHo takes you behind the scenes of the epic new series Game Of Thrones.



Series 1, Episode 1, 4.30pm

From Alan Ball, Oscar-winning writer of American Beauty and creator of True Blood, this critically-lauded, multi-award winning drama takes a darkly comic and frequently surreal look at a dysfunctional Los Angeles family running an independent funeral home.  When the patriarch of the typically atypical Fisher family is killed on Christmas Eve, prodigal elder son Nate (Peter Krause) returns home for the holidays to a family in disarray; his mother Ruth (Francis Conroy), brother David (Michael C. Hall), and rebellious sister Claire (Lauren Ambrose) each have their own ways of dealing with grief, while the family business manages the grief of others.




SoHo takes you behind the scenes of the prohibition drama Boardwalk Empire.



Series 1, Episode 1, 6pm

As the very last season wraps up in the US, SoHo takes you back to the very beginning. Based on the real life escapades of actor (and series executive producer) Mark Wahlberg and his group of friends as they first started out in Hollywood, Entourage is a quick paced half hour following young A-lister Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his ‘entourage’ of friends as they navigate all that is glitzy and golden in the City of Angels.



Series 1, Episode 1, 6.30pm

Entourage masterminds Stephen Levinson and Mark Wahlberg are behind this tale of two up-and-comers in their 20s, hustling their way through New York City trying to find a shortcut to the American Dream. Ben Epstein (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam Calderon (Victor Rasuk) are determined to make a name for themselves in New York’s competitive fashion scene, and use their street knowledge and contacts to try to make their dreams a reality. With the help of their well connected friend Domingo (Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi), and Cam’s ex con cousin Rene (Luis Guzmán) Ben and Cam dive head first into the fashion industry, from flipping leather jackets to launching their own denim line, all in an effort to make it big. The road to success is never easy, but if you can “Make It” in New York, you can make it anywhere.



Series 1, Episode 1, 7pm

See where the cult phenomenon began, as SoHo takes you back to the beginning with Season 1 of this seductive blood-sucking series. Produced by Alan Ball (Six Feet Under) and based on the bestselling Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris, True Blood is a dark and sexy tale; set in a fictional version of our world where vampires not only exist, but have “come out of the coffin” and joined society – progressing from legendary monsters to fellow citizens overnight.

The series follows Sookie Stackhouse (Academy Award winner Anna Paquin), a telepath and waitress at Merlotte’s Grill, in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, where all manner of person can be found, human or otherwise. Sookie is fascinated by vampires and when Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), a 173 year old vampire arrives in town, they are drawn together and Sookie soon finds herself deep inside his world of supernatural beings, where danger is always close behind.




SoHo takes you behind the scenes of the epic new series Game Of Thrones.



Series 1, Episodes 1 & 2, 8.30pm

Based on the bestselling book series ‘A Song of Ice & Fire’ by George R.R. Martin, comes an epic new fantasy series from HBO that promises to redefine the genre. A tale of family, treachery, and the never-ending pursuit of power, this ten-part series, dubbed “The Sopranos in Middle Earth”, will win over fantasy fans as well as the uninitiated.  In the land of Westeros, where summers span decades and winters can last a lifetime, several families are engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse game for control of the Seven Kingdoms and the Iron Throne that rules over them. There are the noble Starks, whose patriarch Ned (Sean Bean) is named the Hand of the King after his predecessor dies under suspicious circumstances; there are the scheming Lannisters, who have their eyes fixed on controlling the throne at all costs; and there’s Princess Daenerys and her brother Viserys, exiled across the narrow sea following the bloody defeat of their ruling Targaryen forebears. As betrayal, lust, and supernatural forces shake the land, the bloody struggle for the Iron Throne will have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences. Winter is coming. Let the Game of Thrones begin.

Featuring an A-list cast including Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings), Mark Addy (The Full Monty), Peter Dinklage* (The Station Agent), Lena Headey (300), Michelle Fairley (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 & 2), Kit Harington (Greys Inbetween), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (New Amsterdam), Emilia Clarke (Triassic Attack), Harry Lloyd (Robin Hood), Richard Madden (Hope Springs), Alfie Owen-Allen (Atonement), Jason Momoa (Stargate Atlantis), and Jack Gleeson (Batman Begins).

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  • aaronimpact

    It’s sucks how the new season of Dexter is airing on Soho. I don’t have the money for another Sky channel.

  • i don’t want to enter a name

    Well we have ended up where poor struggling unregulated Sky now has the subscriber numbers to outbid any free-to-air network for the good stuff, and now they want to charge us a premium on top of our usual subscription to view it! No thanks, you get enough of my money, I will get my Dexter fix “through other means” thank you.

  • Notre Damne

    Finally the shows that I download because New Zealand TV channels are too dumb to schedule correctly, will now be on a dedicated channel. Prime has had some success lately, but I am still unwilling to sit through ads or buy a MySky / MyFreeview box.

    It baffles me how the best and only shows worth watching on television are all in dumping grounds or not even screened. I’m talking about many of SoHo’s shows – The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, True Blood, Entourage, How to Make It In America, Boardwalk Empire, Six Feet Under.

    If they’re also showing The Wire, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Justified, Mad Men, Treme, Breaking Bad, Dexter, The Walking Dead, The Killing, Hell on Wheels, Episodes, Eastbound & Down, Downton Abbey, Angry Boys, Rubicon, The Good Wife, Louis, Homeland, Shameless, Californication, The Big C, United States of Tara, Nurse Jackie, Weeds, Web Therapy, The Borgias, Bored to Death, Hung, Sons of Anarchy, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Wilfred, Southland, Rizzoli & Isles, The Closer, Southland, Leverage, Friday Night Lights, Damages or The Ricky Gervais Show then I might consider doing things differently.

    Basically anything on AMC, Showtime, HBO, FX or TNT is superb. Almost everything else is rubbish.

  • i don’t want to enter a name

    Hey what happened to it being in HD??? Looks very SD to me!